Flowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam TsangFlowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
Flowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang

No protesters killed during police actions, Hong Kong government says, as it slams ‘malicious’ rumours swirling about deaths during mayhem at MTR station

  • Online speculation revolves around number of people hurt on August 31 at Prince Edward MTR station after clashes between radical protesters and police
  • Some people remain unconvinced by denial, gathering outside station, calling for ‘truth and justice’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Flowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam TsangFlowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
Flowers and other symbols of mourning have been placed on the gates of an exit of Prince Edward MTR station. Photo: Sam Tsang
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